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Eclypse - lifeline project. Safeguarding and family interventions. Janine Day – Service Manager Amy Wilson – Family Team Senior practitioner. Outline. Lifeline - Eclypse model of working to safeguarding children affected by parental substance misuse

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eclypse lifeline project

Eclypse - lifeline project

Safeguarding and family interventions

Janine Day – Service Manager

Amy Wilson – Family Team Senior practitioner

outline
Outline
  • Lifeline - Eclypse model of working to safeguarding children affected by parental substance misuse
  • Overview of the services strategic representation
  • Our Approach and practice in working with children and families affected by parental substance misuse
  • Partnerships developed along the way
  • Emerging outcomes
manchester safeguarding children board mscb sub groups
Manchester Safeguarding Children Board (MSCB) Sub groups

MSCB Executive

Workforce development Sub-Group

Safeguarding Practice Improvement Group

Child Death and CriticalIncident Panel

Child Death

Overview Panel

Policy & Procedure Sub-Group

Communication

Subgroup

Multi agency training pool

6 District Safeguarding practice Fora

lifeline eclypse
Lifeline Eclypse....
  • Eclypse is Lifeline Manchester’s Drug & alcohol service for children, young people and families.
  • The Family team (2 year pilot) provides specialist interventions with children and families affected by parental substance use.
  • Eclypse Treatment team provides specialist interventions to children and young people who use substances.
  • Specialist posts within the service include:- Family therapist, Mental health, Specialist drug trainer & practitioner
eclypse service
Eclypse Service

FAMILY SERVICE

  • One to one support for parents and children
  • Strengthening Families programme
  • Family focus Sessions
  • Therapeutic interventions
  • Group work
  • Family activities
  • Community events

TREATMENT TEAM

  • Eclypse Treatment team provides specialist interventions to children and young people who use substances.
  • Individual care planned interventions
  • Specialist posts within the service include:- Family therapist, Mental health, Specialist drug trainer & practitioner
assessment process
Assessment process
  • Referral: Appointment offered within 7 days
  • 3 Way consultation: Information sharing
  • Assessment
  • Risk review
  • Care Plan
  • 12 week review of treatment cycle
  • Exit plans
  • Outcome monitoring (PILOT)
what are we assessing for within a strengths based model
What are we assessing for within a strengths based model

Parallel assessment’s from the child and the parent and professionals known to the family

The impact of substance use on the family

  • Risk and protective factors for the individual and the family and how these impact on family functioning
  • Parenting capacity and the families perception
  • Relationships, support network, parent child attachment
  • Social, emotional and physical functioning
embedding safeguarding
Embedding safeguarding
  • Effective partnership working
  • Empower families to safeguard each other and themselves
  • Parenting skills
  • Challenging family members
  • Promoting and increasing protective factors
  • Escalation SG concerns
attachment cycle
Attachment Cycle

Child Experiences need or discomfort

Secure attachment

Child Relaxes trust develops

Protests, signals for help

Adult responds, soothes, makes eye contact, satisfies need

attachment cycle11
Attachment Cycle

Child experiences need or discomfort

Child gives up, no trust, rage develops

Protest signals for help or cries

Disturbed attachment cycle

Parent does not respond or responds with anger or resentment

Parent does not respond or responds inconsistently

Child protests even loader

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Lapse may involve a ‘one off’ use or full relapse into previous levels of substance use and risk taking behaviours.

Higher potential for overdose

Not wanting to change

Defensive

Chaotic Substance use

Risk Behaviours

Isolation from family/friends

Denial

Potential for neglect/abuse of child and Domestic Abuse

Poor or inappropriate supervision

Closing doors

Unable to maintain any routines for children

Poor cleanliness

Dip in parenting capacity

Potential return to chaotic substance use

Guilt

Blaming children or other for lapse

Child seeking answers

Lonely/isolated

Denial

Young carers and developed self care skills

Anger/resentment/frustration

Anger and hatred

Disappointment

Broken promises

Child unaware of cycle and lapse-feels world has collapsed and nothing will change

Back to beginning

Fear

Starting to think about change

Realisation of negative effects

Ambivalent

Projecting fantasy onto children

Promises

Some denial

Lack of confidence

Maintaining the change

Potential changes to environment

Relapse prevention work

Excited but anxious about changes

Hope

Not believing in change

Not talking about issues for fear of relapse

Scared

Maintenance of routines and boundaries within the home

Potential to return to employment or education

Paying more attention

Accessing support

Planning and executing change

Accessing detox/rehab or treatment

Making future plans

Mood swings

Role change-starting to parent

Setting boundaries

Potential away from family if attending residential treatment

Enjoy time with parent

Wary of other substance using adults

Smile more and appear relaxed

Insecure

Potential to be placed back with parent at this stage-feel loss for previous carers (may be grandparents etc)

Different routines

Rebellious in light of new boundaries

Clingy due to poor attachment

Having to speak to multiple professionals

Wary of changes and fear of disappointment

lifeline s service s in manchester
Lifeline’s service’s in Manchester

We offer an open door service into a system of joined up support at every point of entry

partnership working
Partnership working
  • Child in Need
  • Sure start centers
  • Education
  • Family Intervention support service (FIP)
  • School nurses
  • Child social care
  • Adult treatment services
  • Specialist midwifery – specialist nursing partnership
emerging outcomes
Emerging Outcomes
  • Improved health – Sexual health screening, contraception, BBV screening and vaccinations
  • Improved engagement and retention with other services
  • Reduction in substance use
  • Increase in parents employment status
  • Improved attendance at school
  • Relapsing parents seeking support to safeguard their children
thank you
Thank you

Questions & Answers

Amy@eclypse-yps.org.uk

Janine@eclypse-yps.org.uk

resources
Resources

Useful information & resources

  • www.exchangesupplies.org.uk
  • www.alcoholconcern.org.uk
  • Alcoholandfamilies.org.uk/briefings/13.7.pdf